My poem “lovers without love” published by Spillwords Press #poetry

Dear Readers,

My poem “lovers without love” at Spillwords Press.

you, quest of lovers without love
your unrelenting islands beaten by the wind-blown sand
the sea..
Please continue reading here.



image: Anna Ismagilova; Shutterstock; [link]

78 thoughts on “My poem “lovers without love” published by Spillwords Press #poetry

  1. “the sand receives me
    in the distance a mast decides to flicker
    the quest of lovers without love
    on a wicker chair
    a lonely glove”
    I thought that was a beautiful closing. Reaching the zenith and then wearing a cloak to fade into everything. And my favorite line was also “a bed sighs’.

  2. congratulations on this poem being published. it is beautifully imaginative evoked such lovely imagery………I could picture myself through and in your words πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you for your beautiful comment. It touched my heart. Wishing you a wonderful rest of the day.

    1. Thank you so much for your wonderful comment, my dear. I am thrilled you enjoy the poem.

    1. My most sincere thanks. Rob. I am glad you enjoyed it. I hope your day is going beautiful.

  3. Dear G. This must be one of my favorites of your poems. The words within it have lingered within me since I read it last. It’s like the words (like the clouds in your poem) are made of silk, they spill with melancholy yearning into the poem, settling into the hearts of your readers. The chair, the bed, the glove, the carnations…. The bed sighs, and so do I. You bring life and emotion to these images.

    And not just because of this poem, you know that I am sending extra love and thoughts to you. I will not say any more, in my thoughts I sit quietly beside you. xoxox

    1. My dearest R, oh, thank you so much for your gorgeous comment. You know how much you touch my soul with your words and how much your support means to me. I am grateful for your comment, your extra love and thoughts. I need them.
      Wishing you a fabulous week and sending you plenty of love too.

      1. I know sweetheart. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I am doing the best I can under the circumstances.
        Sending you hugs and love.
        I’ll write you more when I get a chance.

  4. Dear G,

    Many beautiful lines and this one got me:

    empty hearts expecting to be slaughtered’

    Powerful imagery and I saw this in my mind and its wow!

    Congratulations on your publication. I’m always so proud of you. πŸ™‚

    You make the world a better place.

    1. Dear Charlie,
      Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the congrats and the praise. Your kindness and generosity means a lot to me.
      Wishing you a beautiful blessed day, my friend.

    1. Hey there, Ash. Thank you for your wonderful comment. I hope everything is well with you.

      1. Your words, your images, the pictures from you camera, they are all just so magical and authentic that it seems like it’s a life.
        I know my over exaggeration isn’t doing me and the world much god. Sorry for writing something that could have seemed actually quite offensive at the 1st go.

      2. Hey Scott, I did not think it was offensive. I just did not understand.
        Thank you so much for your praise. It means a lot to me.
        Wishing you a fabulous day.

  5. Gabriela, I found myself lost in how your poem starts out. Your words took me to that sea and the wind-blown sand. Thank you for bringing me a beautiful diversion to experience for a few minutes.

    1. I am always humbled by your beautiful comments. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for every word you send my way.
      Blessings and a beautiful rest of the day.

      1. You are really amazing poet in the world of verses.welcome like a most shining star,dear!!πŸŒŸπŸŒŸπŸŒŸπŸŒŸπŸŒŸβ˜„β˜„β˜„β˜„

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